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Thursday, 20 September 2012

Extra Scientific Society walk

There will be an extra walk other than those on the printed programme of rambles.

I will be leading a shortish but boggy walk to look at an old carving I found on a rock at Hoofstone Heights, which I'm sure is the source of the name.

It is a hoof-like shape with apparently a way-marking purpose. Come along and see where it points !

These rocks are said to be the highest point in Calderdale. You can see Blackpool Tower if the air is clear below the clouds. (Too hazy on a sunny day.)

We will be parking on the Long Causeway above Todmorden, but meeting up, perhaps to share cars, at Russell Deans car park, Mytholmroyd.

Dr Dave Shepherd, the archaeologist who is presenting a talk in October for us, has said he would like to attend if he can, but it isn't a lecture or tutorial, just a "walk with conversation".

If there is time, we may pop in to the Bridestones on the way back, which are very near the road, and bog-free. They may also have some archaeological secrets.

SUNDAY 23rd SEPTEMBER meet Mytholmroyd 10.30am for 10.45.
Bring a drink and packed lunch if you want.

2 comments:

brian leecy said...

The views are fantastic up there if clear,not only Blackpool tower,the 3 Peaks, Malham Cove,Buckden Pike,even the Malham Tarn Field Centre can all be seen well with binoculars,regards Bri.

Steve Blacksmith said...

Cheers, Bri.Hope it's clear on Sunday. Are you joining us ?